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Port Ellen Distillery was founded in 1825 and fell victim to whisky overproduction of the 1970s and 80s and ceased production in 1983. In the late 1990s and early 2000s Port Ellen single malt experienced generous supply through Independent Bottlers while demand remained rather modest. Nowadays we face completely different scenario with demand going through the roof and the stock dried up. The Signatory edition, released in 1995 as part of popular Vintage Collection, is a rare example of Port Ellen single malt in its teens. It is a content of three casks (no. 1873-75) filled on March 13, 1979 and bottled at 43% abv in July 1994. Only 1020 bottles were produced.
Nose: peaty and grassy, with certain malty notes, hints of pepper and green olives, seaweed and a whiff of sea breeze.
Palate: very peaty and peppery, slightly oily, lemon grass, seaweed salad, breakfast cereals, hints of salted caramel and oak.
Finish: fairly long, peaty and spicy, with notes of pepper, oak and distinctive saltiness.